Michael Martin: The Head of the Citizenship by Investment Unit of St Kitts and Nevis has been working to enhance the integrity and competitiveness of its CBI Programme.
Under his leadership, several reforms have been taken out by CIU, which added a new layer of integrity to the CBI Programme of St Kitts and Nevis. Martin is on the drive to formulate such policies, which could help to enhance the integrity and competitiveness of the CBI Programme.
The launch of the Limited Time Offer to the Sustainable Growth Fund has helped to increase the demand for the Citizenship by Investment Programme of St Kitts and Nevis.
Under the offer, investors can make a donation of just US$125 000.00 into the country’s Sustainable Growth Fund (SGF) and become citizens of St Kitts and Nevis in just 60 days. CIU Head Martin stated that the introduction of the Limited Time Offer added a new layer of integrity to the programme as it ensures the investors and requirements of the stakeholders and High-Net-Worh Individuals.
The prime focus of the CIU Head is to align the CBI Programmes with market realities and preserve the platinum brand. Martin has been working to find a win-win solution for investors and the country.
St Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment Programme is the world’s longest-running CBI programme (launched in 1984) and one of the most trusted, being the first of its kind. It offers numerous benefits, such as global mobility, a chance to become a global market leader, increased economic opportunities, a chance to diversify wealth and many more.
Besides this, Michael Martin is also prioritizing due diligence and is committed to carrying out robust background checks. He stated that only reputable individuals are eligible to become citizens of St Kitts and Nevis through its Citizenship by Investment Programme. He plans to maintain a progressive programme that cements St Kitts and Nevis’ place as a leader in the CBI Industry.
Michael Martin added that the long-long-standing Citizenship by Investment (CBI) Programme of St Kitts and Nevis will be underpinned by three fundamental principles such as sustainability, good governance and pragmatism. He added that the programme will undergo a much-needed legislative and administrative evolution aimed at benefiting the citizens of the Federation, as well as regional and international investors of the highest calibre.